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Violet Blue
Violet Blue's journalism on hacking, privacy, LGBT issues and sex can be seen at Engadget, ZDNet, CNET, CBS News, Oprah Magazine, MacLife, Playboy, SF Appeal, the San Francisco Chronicle, and more. She has presented two Google Tech Talks on sexuality and privacy, she is a crisis counselor, a harm... show more

Violet Blue's journalism on hacking, privacy, LGBT issues and sex can be seen at Engadget, ZDNet, CNET, CBS News, Oprah Magazine, MacLife, Playboy, SF Appeal, the San Francisco Chronicle, and more. She has presented two Google Tech Talks on sexuality and privacy, she is a crisis counselor, a harm reduction educator and a media crisis NGO trainer. Blue was the first female podcaster, she won a Federal lawsuit to stop an impersonator (in name and likeness), and she lost a domain to Libya -- her initials are banned for use in URLs country-wide.Ms. Blue has authored and edited over 40 books, including five (Bronze, Silver and Gold) IPPY award-winners, some of which are now in eight translations. Violet was a guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show, when Ms. Winfrey featured Violet's book on women and pornography (11/17/09). That book is also excerpted and featured on Oprah Winfrey's website, as well as in O, The Oprah Magazine.Ms. Blue is on Twitter @violetblue and her human sexuality blog is tinynibbles.com.Blue has reported on hacking, cyber crime and personal privacy violations in countries such as Malaysia, Germany, Russia, China, the Dominican Republic, the United States, and Serbia. Her stories regularly break news about hacking and cybercrime, affecting the largest online companies and millions of users. Blue broke the story when Anonymous hacked The U.S. Federal Reserve ("The Fed" Bank), the story in which social sharing app Snapchat was hacked and its user database maliciously exploited, and when Comcast was hacked and millions of user accounts were compromised. She is also responsible for breaking several critical stories in which Apple iMessage and Apple iCloud were exploited, and when hackers showed how to hack an Apple iPhone in 60 seconds.Ms. Blue has given keynote talks at such conferences as ETech, LeWeb, and the Forbes Brand Leadership Conference, she received a standing ovation at Seattle's Gnomedex, and has given two Tech Talks at Google. In 2012, Blue presented "Hackers and Harm Reduction" on the featured stage for CCC's 29c3 hacker conference in Hamburg.The London Times named Violet Blue one of "40 bloggers who really count."
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angelateodorczy
angelateodorczy rated it 5 years ago
Learn to flirt, many good techniques some you will use some not.
KissinBlueKaren
KissinBlueKaren rated it 5 years ago
Violet Blue does a stellar job of rounding up an all-about book in her new title The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy. She draws on all her experience with sex and gives us a book complete, covering everything you might need to know about fantasy. Her book is inspiring and informative. If you ever w...
MadgeWhitlin
MadgeWhitlin rated it 6 years ago
I wasn't crazy for this book, but I thought it was good overall. I didn't really learn much, but I did pick up some ideas, and the list of resources for shopping was pretty good. If you want to learn more about what's in the book (it's brief), it's under the spoiler bit.Basically, if you know what a...
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it 7 years ago
Review by BookAddict (LaCrimsonFemme)Author: Violet BlueBook Title: Lips Like SugarEver want to read some hot sexy stories without angst? Lips Like Sugar is a delightful collection of smexy hot stories designed to make a female reader’s panties wet. Now, this is not to say a male reader won’t en...
KissinBlueKaren
KissinBlueKaren rated it 8 years ago
This book is written in a very conversational matter. It is as if Violet Blue is talking to some very young or at least inexperienced woman (or man). Her tone is delicate, there is no shame in this book. This is a woman with years of experience and training talking to a friend or peer about g-spot. ...
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